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Bordeaux Sauvignon 2020, by the French company Château Grand Plantey, 100% Sauvignon, is suggested for the sip, “perfectly balanced, with an evident aftertaste of ripe fruit, very persistent. A satisfying, well-finished sample, which offers pleasant sensations both to simple enthusiasts and to a more demanding public”. For the full review click here.
Minervois Vin de Plume 2018, by the French winery Domaine du Somail, is produced with 80% Monastrell and 20% Syrah. Organic wine recommended for “The sip is important, with a smooth tannin, the various components well balanced. The aftertaste of spices makes it intriguing”. For the full review click here.
Chardonnay Reserva 2020, by the Chilean Araucano winery, 100% Chardonnay, is suggested for “scents of white and yellow flowers, accompanied by hints of yellow-fleshed fruit such as melon and peach. Closing with a jellied citrus note.” For the full review click here.
Cabernet Sauvignon 2019, by the US company The Family Coppola, produced with 98% Cabernet Sauvignon and 2% Syrah. A wine to “sip is important, precise, with enveloping tannins, and with a good persistence, with an aftertaste of a cigar box.” For the full review click here.
Petite Sirah 2019, by the Mexican winery L.A. Cetto, it’s 100% Syrah. Recommended for “getting to know a vine not very present on the European continent. The non-invasive tannin and a decisive and persistent aftertaste make it particularly appreciated by a young audience and for those who want to discover a new and very particular taste, which recalls, albeit remotely, its French namesake.” For the full review click here.